Manish Pandey and Rahane will compete for each other to find a place in the final playing eleven as India takes on West Indies in the 2nd semi-final of the T20 World Cup on March 31, 2016, at the Mumbai Wankhede Stadium.

India needs to make changes to its squad for the first time in this tournament after Yuvraj Singh got his knee injured while batting against the Aussies.

For West Indies, Lendl Simmons who arrived as a cover for Andre Fletcher will get a chance to play today.

The Caribbeans under the leadership of Darren Sammy is a team which can boast about its wild gameplay, and down to earth nature.

After losing their last encounter against Afghanistan, they posed with Afghan players, and this clearly indicates their team spirit and positive attitude.

As always, Chris Gayle is the trump card of West Indies batting lineup. The big man is very much familiar with the Indian pitches, and if he succeeds to find the momentum, then things will not be that easy for the bowlers.

TV broadcast and online streaming info:

Millions of houses in India will be tuning into Star Sports live this evening, and they wish to see Dhoni and his boys walking to the finals in style.

Record viewership is expected for this clash, as India and West Indies are two mammoth cricketing powerhouses in the world.

Star Sports telecasts the match in the Indian sub-continent while ESPN and ESPN 2 will broadcast in the Caribbean islands.

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Audio commentary of the game can be listened on BBC Radio 5.

The live streaming of this much-awaited contest will begin at 7:00 p.m. IST at the official website of Star Sports.

Dhoni's boys, on the other hand, are a positive side as Wankhade is one of their favorite grounds.

Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan were total failures in this World Cup, and their form will be quite crucial for the hosts.

The star of the event Virat Kohli is the one man army. The young man who is at the peak of his career has taken the hosts to the semi-finals almost alone; remember his scintillating knock of 81 against Australia.

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